Looking for a rich, luxurious soap with your favorite organic butter? Look no further! We use 80% Organic Butter in each bar! A small amount of organic Castor Oil is used for lather. We use organic sustainable palm for the Shea and mango while organic coconut oil is used for the cocoa butter. This helps harden the bar into a bar of soap. The last 10% is the lye (which is necessary to make the soap) and spring water.
Here is a basic online soap recipe for what they call "Shea Butter" soap:
They consider 1.6 OUNCES of Shea butter a Shea butter soap! Out of 32 OUNCES only 1.6 is Shea Butter!
I use 25.6 OUNCES or 80% Shea Butter to a two pound soap recipe!
THAT is difference between my soaps and others!
Shea, cocoa and mango butters all deliver benefits to the skin that work to nourish and hydrate. Each of these butters provide the skin with nourishment and moisture -- things that every type of skin needs and appreciates.
Shea butter is deeply moisturizing. Shea is derived from nuts that grow on trees in West and Central Africa, and it is known for being so nourishing to the skin that even in Africa's dry climate it works to soothe thirsty skin. The American Shea Institutes notes that shea butter possesses the ability to improve pesky skin blemishes, eczema, wrinkles and dermatitis. Shea is also known to soothe insect bites, sunburn and frostbite. Because the soap has the highest shea butter content of any soap, it also offers UV protection. (Ingredients: Shea Butter, Palm Oil, Castor Oil)
Cocoa butter is simple a shade of white in its organic form. This butter is high in fat, which helps it to deliver deep nourishment and moisture to your skin. For those struggling with eczema, cocoa butter soap should be tried. Although it is often thought of as being a match for preventing stretch marks, Live Science notes that cocoa butter holds no more ability to protect skin against stretchmarks than a placebo. (Ingredients: Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Castor Oil)
Mango Butter is an emollient and moisturizer and has a high content of fatty acids (this helps keep your skin moisturized and promotes cell regeneration). It contains vitamins A, C, D, E, and group B vitamins: folic acid, calcium, iron, and magnesium (vitamins A, C, and E are known to be beneficial to hair), which work to combat free radicals. It protects the skin from UV rays (this is also a great component for your hair to help decrease chances any possible sun damage). It can hydrate the skin for a long period of time and promote skin regeneration. Mango butter has the ability to protect it from the sunburn as well as sooth sunburned skin. (Ingredients: Mango Butter, Palm Oil, Castor Oil)